Homosexuality in Britain is semi-legal. There are gay villages in many big cities. The gay villages in Manchester City are not very big. They are about two or three blocks. But when you walk here, you will feel completely different from other blocks. Red is the most common decorative color. It feels very strange. There is also a very famous gay bar here. You are interested to see it. 。
There will be no insecurity in one of the major attractions in Manchester, UK. It seems that homosexuals are very good and can't be aggressive. As long as they get along well, bars and bars are almost the same as regular bars, boys may attract some little gays to avoid themselves.
Another impressive place in this city is here, a gay village, where almost all homosexual fans of the whole city gather. It's their small world, with no unusual vision and no secular comments. It's like people wandering outside find their own destiny, amuse themselves in their own small world. It's not like that. What about attitude towards life?
Britain has always been a corrupt country, so the homosexual culture in Britain is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Now, homosexuality is also legalized in the country. Gay Village in the heart of Manchester is a homosexual gathering place, where you can experience the life of homosexuals in Britain.
It's nothing special. It's the place where comrades gather, but I don't like to see the cross-dressed queen's uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-
Manchester itself boasts that it is the most open and inclusive city in the corrupt country, and that it is necessary to cross the block from the main railway station to Chinatown. In fact, a small river on the Bank of a bunch of bars with colorful flags is not too terrible, one night is very busy.
The bars here used to be very unique, with their own unique atmosphere. One thing to note is that you may be chatted up to ask if you are gay. Canal side is very dangerous, 85 people drowned in the past few years.
Gay Village or gayborhood is often used in English for Comrade Village. Generally speaking, it refers to the areas where a large number of gays, lacebands, bisexuals and transgender people live or live. Comrade villages usually have a large number of Comrade facilities set up by businessmen in response to the comrade market, such as Comrade nightclubs, bathhouses, restaurants, bookstores and so on. Typical gay villages can be found in upscale or trendy areas of a town. However, these gay villages can often be found in areas inhabited by the working class in the city. Comrade villages are widely distributed in cities all over the world. Wilton Manors, West Los Angeles, California, Florida, Plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec.
Because when I lived in the North Campus of Mandarin University, I went through gay village every time I went to the city center or Chinatown. In fact, it wasn't a village. It was just a few bars, along with a very short canal with Amsterdam characteristics. Rainbow flags are flying at the entrance of the bar, and some of them are marked with rainbow colors on the ground at the entrance of gay bar. Of course, some bars have hotels on them, and many tourists come and live there.
Manchester City's unique scenery, in fact, can not see anything special passing in the daytime, because bars are closed doors. Only the rainbow flag and the meaningful graffiti on the wall remind you of the difference here. It's very busy here after night! People come and go, dress up as exaggerated men and women, stand at the bar door to kiss comrades, do not make a fuss, because you are in Rainbow Village. Last month, I went to sit in gay bar with my friends. The atmosphere was really good. Photos are self-portraits, you feel ~support comrades, anti-discrimination ~!